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The Offshore Sediments of Lake Winnipeg
(Fisheries and Marine Service, 1979-12)
Early explorers passing through the Lake Winnipeg watershed occasionally commented on the muddy waters of the lake and the Red River (Ross 1856, p. 9; Palliser's Journals of 1857- 1860 in Spry 1968, p. 11,88,.94; Upham ...
National Scale Frameworks HYDROLOGY Version 6.0 A practical guide to the datasets
(Government of Canada; Natural Resources Canada; Earth Sciences Sector; Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation, 2009-04)
The data associated with this report can be found at: http://188.8.131.52/dataset/atlascda-drainage The Atlas of Canada 1,000,000 National Frameworks Data, Road Network is based on 1:250,000 scale National Topographic ...
Water-Quality Trend Analysis and Sampling Design for the Souris River, Saskatchewan, North Dakota, and Manitoba
(U.S. Geological Survey, 2000)
The Souris River Basin is a 24,600-square-mile basin located in southeast Saskatchewan, north-central North Dakota, and southwest Manitoba. The Souris River Bilateral Water Quality Monitoring Group, formed in 1989 by the ...
Fish community and fish habitat inventory of streams and constructed drains throughout agricultural areas of Manitoba (2002 - 2006)
(Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans; Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Central and Arctic region. Fisheries Protection Program; Manitoba. Manitoba Water Stewardship, 2013)
Recognizing the importance of well-drained agricultural land and the need to maintain drainage capacity while still protecting valuable fish habitat, the governments of Manitoba and Canada initiated an inventory of the ...
Terrestrial Ecozones, Ecoregions and Ecodistricts for the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
(Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Research Branch, 1995)
Climatic and physiographic controls on wetland type and distribution in Manitoba, Canada
(Canadian Forest Service, 1997)
Wetlands represent a substantial part of Manitoba's terrestrial landscape, covering 233,340 kru' or 43% of the province; peatlands represent 90% of all wetlands. A wetland inventory for Manitoba is presented following a ...
Map images of the Terrestrial Ecozones, Ecoregions and Ecodistricts of the Province of Manitoba
(Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 1998)
Spatiotemporal Variability of Water Quality and Stable Water Isotopes in an Intensively Managed Prairie Watershed
Eutrophication, has been identified as an important water quality issue for freshwater systems (Barlow, et al., 2004). Factors impacting watershed management in Prairie landscapes include extensive land drainage networks ...
Visualizing the variability of small scale subsurface water flow in the South Tobacco Creek watershed
Though overland flow is the most dramatic aspect of a flood, a crucial part of quantitatively analyzing the timing, duration, and intensity of a flooding event lies in understanding the effect that subsurface flow has ...
Investigating the Potential of Electromagnetic Induction for Mapping Multi-Depth Soil Moisture Variations in Southern Manitoba
This research aimed to explore the potential of electromagnetic induction as a valid soil moisture monitoring technique in a Canadian prairie watershed. Soil moisture (SM) information is important for many aspects of ...